"The wedding of Griffin 'Cat' Thorne and Anne Ross is on. Or is it? Captain Tobias Dredd, the infamous pirate 'Toby Scratch', has been scouring the South Pacific, searching for Father Carroll, a member of the clandestine holy warriors known only as The Brethren. When Dredd's ship, The Red Corsair, levels a Brethren monastery, Declan Ross and the crew of The Robert Bruce are called upon to pursue Father Carroll and maintain his safety at all costs. The hunt for Father Carroll is on between Ross and Dredd. At stake: the lives of everyone involved and a treasure worth three times the world. For Father Carroll alone knows the location of The Isle of Stars, and he knows its secrets"--Back cover.
Author: Wayne Thomas Batson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Two women. Two tied destinies. Two millennia. One enigmatic sword. My name is Jamie Poole, and I’m destined to help the Departed. Yeah, I hear dead people. I’m a kid from a single-parent home in “Small Town, USA.” All I want is outta here, go to college, and see the world. Dad, who left when I was a baby, is an archaeologist. He sends books and pictures but never tells me about himself. When I saw a statue bearing the same sword Dad found in Egypt I knew I needed his guidance. Then a ghost told me the sword’s name: Lumen. I had to find Dad. Mom wouldn’t help, but I’m determined. I found him! We had lots to discover about each other. While we did, we resurrected an ancient Druidess named Eliyana who owned Lumen. Why was Lumen in Egypt if it belonged to her? Did I mention it was forged of a mysterious alloy? As we unraveled those mysteries things got weird. You can’t resurrect someone without consequences. The veil protecting our world from the Otherworld ripped. Think you can imagine the havoc? You’ve no idea. How did Eliyana react to reawakening? She fled. Can she survive here? Will I find Eliyana before disaster strikes? It does when people find themselves “out of Time.” Those dead people I hear? Eliyana’s clan. Killed unjustly. Lumen empowers its owner, but she’s gone and Lumen with her. How can I stop their plea for justice? Her destiny is to lead them. Time can be fixed. But is it too late? Can I restore the veil before danger crosses the Otherworld’s threshold? Follow me in The Isle of Osiris, first in a series of Diaries as I enter a supernatural world steeped in Celtic myth that becomes more real than our own.
A Jamie Poole Diary
Author: Ellen E. Sutherland
Publisher: Ellen E. Sutherland
This dynamic workbook helps first-year undergraduates and A-level students solve a series of fundamental geological problems in this classic teaching location.
A Set of Field Exercises that Introduce the Practical Skills of Geological Science
Author: C. J. Nicholas
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
When Dr. Warthrop goes hunting for the "Holy Grail of Monstrumology" in 1888, twelve-year-old orphan Will Henry follows him to Socotra, plunging into depths of horror worse than anything he has experienced so far.
Author: Rick Yancey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
This book, Beyond The Stars - Triology / Part One, covers all of cosmic science; from quantum mechanics and the formation of particles, to cosmology and the structure of space, to evolution and the formation of life. Moreover, this book is sub-divided into ten chapters and into ten reference chapters to make this information more understandable and digestible. Chapter one, “The Structure of Space”, covers the composition and structure of space, the elementary stage of particles, the evolution of energy, quasars, and the formation of galaxies. Chapter two, “Galaxies”, covers the composition and structure of galaxies, dark matter, interstellar dust clouds, and the formation of light particles. Chapter three, “Stars”, covers the formation of star clusters, the layout of star systems, the classification of stars, the life-cycle of stars, the death-cycle of stars, dwarf stars, planetary nebulas, neutron stars, black-holes, star nebulas, the formation of gravity, and globular clusters. Chapter four, “Particles, Molecules and Matter”, covers the formation of subatomic particles, atomic particles, molecules, matter, antimatter, the working of electricity, ionization storms, the principles of alchemy, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, and the existence of energy vortexes. Chapter five, “Star Systems”, covers the composition and structure of star systems and the layout of planetary bodies within them. Chapter six, “Planetary Bodies”, covers the composition and structure of gas spheres, planets, planetesimals, asteroids, comets and meteors. Chapter seven, “Dimensional Planes”, covers the existence and function of dimensional planes, the difference between man and animal-man, the varying of humanoid-life throughout space, the existence of non-human life upon the Earth, NASA’s search for life throughout our solar system, our fight against drug-resistant organisms, the organization of life throughout all of space, and the planetary life-cycle of all planetary bodies. Chapter eight, “Evolutionary Changes”, covers physical evolution, dimension evolution, the formation of life-energy, the progression of life-energy, the evolution of mind and consciousness, the development of spirit, and the existence and nature of “God”. Chapter nine, “What is Man”, covers what type of being is man, man’s evolution, life within our solar system, the existence of hydrides throughout our galaxy, the nature of non-human life upon the Earth, the Earth’s location within our galaxy and its relationship to all of space, the government and administration of space, the creation of life throughout all of space, and the ongoing rebellion against “Michael”. Chapter ten, “The Communication of Space”, covers man’s inability to communicate with our cosmic neighbors and why the number of alien visitations to our world have dramatically increased since World War Two. Finally, the ten reference chapters review and categorize the important highlights of this book.
Author: Lynn David Livsey
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Christian Origins in Oceania
Author: John Garrett
Publisher: [email protected]
In the time of the Troubles, when there were bombs in the night and soldiers on the road, Henry Glassie journeyed to the Irish borderland to learn how country people endure. He settled into the farming community of Ballymenone, beside Lough Erne in the County Fermanagh. He asked questions, and he listened. For a decade he heard and recorded the stories and songs in which they outlined their culture, recounted their history, and pictured their world--a world which, in their view, was one of love and defeat and uncertainty, demanding faith, bravery, and wit. In his award-winning Passing the Time in Ballymenone, Henry Glassie set out to write a comprehensive ethnography of the community. Now, after decades of work in Asia, in Turkey and Bangladesh, in India and Japan, Glassie has returned to Ireland, using his skills as an observer, a listener, a writer, in an effort to understand how poor people in rural places suffer and laugh and carry on while history happens. Glassie's task in The Stars of Ballymenone is to set the scene, to sketch the backdrop and clear the stage, so that Hugh Nolan and Michael Boyle, Peter Flanagan, Ellen Cutler, and their neighbors can tell their own tale. The Stars of Ballymenone is an integrated analysis of the complete repertory of verbal art from a community where storytelling and singing of quality remained a part of daily life. The book includes a CD so the voices of Ballymenone can be heard at last.
Author: Henry Glassie,Doug Boyd
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Social Science
In the summer of 1923, eighteen-year old Elijah Cockburn is enjoying typical small-town Midwestern life in Menninger, North Dakota, when a confrontation forces him and his friends Merle and Pearl and their cousin Axel to hitch a freight and head into the American West. Awaiting them are Wobblies, railroad bulls, bootleggers, the Jack Dempsey-Tommy Gibbons title fight, hobo jungles, pickpockets, President Warren G. Harding, and San Francisco, where Elijah's brother Josh shows him a new way to look at life. Memorable characters, such as Twig, Bear, Boss, Lucretia, Hiram and his dog JJ, Miss Hoar, Black Betty, White Hair, and Duke inhabit the novel.
Author: Kenneth C. Gardner, Jr.
New York Times bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank takes readers on a rollicking ride in this lowcountry tale about a woman whose unconventional friends and family show her the real meaning of unconditional love. Anna Lutz Abbot considers herself independent and happy—until one steamy summer when her collegiate daughter comes home to Isle of Palms, South Carolina, a very different person, her wild and wonderful ex-husband shows up on her doorstep, and her flamboyant new best friend takes up with her daddy. And the already hot temperatures are cranked up another ten degrees by Anna’s own fling with Arthur, who is, heaven help us, a Yankee. Now, Anna must face the fact that she isn’t as in control of her life as she’d thought. And she must find a way to deal with the whole truth—and not just the comfortable parts...
Author: Dorothea Benton Frank
The End and The Beginning: From Darkness to Light is a dramatic portrayal of the Son of God, the Pioneer of our faith: JESUS as depicted in the four gospels. This is His story: a story that reaffirms our belief and faith in Him as our Savior. He Was a Galilean Jew and well-acquainted with Jewish law. His birth, ministry, death and resurrection serve as a basis of Gods continuing proclamation of joy and sadness, despair and hope, isolation and crowds and apparent defeat but in the end VICTORY! It is a story that never leaves us: a story that our parents, the sons and daughters of slaves, born of religious convictions and faith, shared with us during the days of our early youth amidst sweat, tears and a weary life. They referred to Him, both in song and thought as their Sweet Little Jesus Boy. This was the only thing that they truly could claim as their own. A CHILD A SON IS GIVEN UNTO YOU AS GOD HAD PROMISED! Like our fan page on Facebook...
From Darkness to Light
Author: James Edward L' Smith
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Geraldine Edith Mitton
More than 200 illustrations of hoops, frames, pins, pincushions, punches, bobbins, bodkins, shuttles, spinning wheels, sewing machines, and more from a wide array of cultures. Index.
Author: Gertrude Whiting
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Isle of Hope, Georgia, nine miles south of Savannah, is a charming settlement with a story reaching back into the 1700s. Visitors to the area marvel at scenic views along the Skidaway River, grand homes built by early Savannahians, numerous historic sites, abundant wildlife, and water sports. This treasured lifestyle is one that islanders have waged heated battles to protect, and their collective experience is celebrated within the pages of this impressive pictorial volume. An original land grant from King George II of England, photographs of early families, streetcars, Barbee's Pavilion, the original Mysterious Santa Claus, sailboat racing, and more are among the many notable items included in Isle of Hope, Wormsloe, and Bethesda. Wormsloe Plantation, home of Noble Jones built on land leased from the trustees of the colony of Georgia in 1736, is highlighted here, as well as the nearby community of Dutch Island, where Matthew Batson conducted his legendary aero-yacht experiments in 1913. Bethesda, founded in 1740 by Rev. George Whitefield and now America's oldest existing home for boys, comes to life in vintage photographs and a touching poem written by an orphan in 1917. Images culled from both public and private collections evoke memories of a way of life almost extinct in today's frantic world-a way of life held steadfast by the residents of this singular Georgia community.
Wormsloe and Bethesda
Author: Polly Wylly Cooper
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Is life offering fewer and fewer options? Then join the dead. When Annelise meets dark and seductive Ronan, he promises her a new life-if she has the courage to chance the unknown. Now, she's whisked away to a mysterious island and pitted against other female recruits to become a Watcher-girls who are partnered with vampires and assist them in their missions. To survive and become a Watcher, Annelise has to beat out every other girl, but she's determined to do so, because to fail doesn't mean dishonor-it means death.
Author: Veronica Wolff
Category: Juvenile Fiction